|Bid||0.00 x 3200|
|Ask||0.00 x 2200|
|Day's Range||85.01 - 86.04|
|52 Week Range||50.35 - 86.04|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||73.12|
|Earnings Date||Sep 25, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.80 (0.96%)|
|1y Target Est||84.58|
Nike, hitting multiple all-time highs with its stock price, is this week's champ. People betting against marijuana stocks like Tilray are the chumps.
Former Attorney General of Louisiana, Charles C. Foti, Jr., Esq., a partner at the law firm of Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC (“KSF”), announces that KSF has commenced an investigation into NIKE, Inc. (NKE). On August 9, 2018, former employees of NIKE filed a class action lawsuit in federal court against the Company based on a pattern of sexual harassment and discrimination wherein women were “devalued and demeaned” and that their “career trajectories are blunted because they are marginalized and passed over for promotions” with “lower salaries, smaller bonuses, and fewer stock options” than their male counterparts.
Tariffs may not weigh on stocks as much as investors think next week, CNBC's Jim Cramer says. The "Mad Money" host shares his game plan for the week, which will include an interview with J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon. The reason for the record highs in the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average is staring investors in the face, CNBC's Jim Cramer said on Friday.
Nike merchandise has picked up momentum and the brand’s consumer sentiment is bouncing back after taking a dip in the days after it announced Colin Kaepernick’s ad campaign.
It’s hard not to think of (LULU) Athletica (ticker: LULU), shares of which have posted a near-doubling in 2018. Much of that is based on optimism about the men’s business, recently more than a fifth of its total revenue. “Hill City is our response to consistent feedback from customers looking for a premium men’s product that combines highly technical fabrications, performance and style,” Gap CEO Art Peck said in a press release.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average set a new record on Thursday; 2018 hasn’t been as much fun as 2017 was, but it has been a solid year nonetheless. Next week should provide more data points on the health of the U.S. economy, and perhaps a preview of how investors will react to the next batch of earnings reports as the bull market grinds through its tenth year. The fiscal Q1 report from Nike (NYSE:NKE) will be closely watched by investors — and may even make some political noise as well.
U.S. stocks saw a mostly positive week after Wall Street shrugged off early concerns about escalating trade tensions., but will any of the earnings reports coming in the next few days have enough positive news to outweigh other headwinds?
As its popularity explodes, the industry is expanding to embrace menswear, demonstrating its potential for growth and diversification. Warning! GuruFocus has detected 2 Warning Sign with FONR. In fact, the company has even backed crossovers with prominent fashion designers, producing a capsule collection with Matthew M. Williams and a women's sneaker collection created by the all-female designers of International Girl Crew.
While not completely devoid of drama, Nike stock has dominated the athletic footwear and apparel market. All of this is a net positive for NKE stock, as the underlying company is set to release its fiscal first-quarter 2019 earnings report early next week. Let’s get right to it: the most anticipated component of the Nike stock earnings disclosure is NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
NIKE's (NKE) North American business returns to growth in fourth-quarter fiscal 2018. The company expects the momentum in North America to continue throughout fiscal 2019 and beyond.
Add another company to the list of retailers bouncing back in a big way this year: Nike Inc. The Beaverton, Ore., firm has led a resurgence in shares of companies that sell athletic equipment, shoes and clothing, after worries about the rapid rise of e-commerce hurt the group in previous years. Nike shares are up 36% this year and closed at a record Thursday after the stock fell from its October 2015 peak through last fall.
Each of the state's best-compensated execs earns well over 100 times what the average state worker earns, and six of them come from a single company.
The CEO said Parker "fostering an environment of openness and accountability" remains his top priority, and that he's "grateful for employees" who have spoken up.
Kaepernick, who sparked a national controversy by kneeling during the national anthem, first tweeted the ad on the Labor Day weekend, which immediately sparked demands for a boycott of the company's products. President Donald Trump also tweeted, without providing evidence, that "Nike is getting absolutely killed with anger and boycotts". Nike discounted fewer products in the 10-day period after the ad and saw its Colin Kaepernick women's jersey sell out on Sept. 17, the research also showed.
Nike (NKE) shares surged to a new high Thursday and have jumped over 16% in the last three months, topping the S&P 500's roughly 6% gain. Now the question for investors is should they buy Nike stock ahead of the release of its upcoming fiscal first-quarter financial results?
The Dow and the S&P 500 hit record highs on Thursday, clearing away investors' immediate concerns over trade at the start of this week and leaving Wall Street free to return to a rally that now dates back a decade. Nine of the 11 major S&P sectors were higher, and the Dow Industrials, which had lagged the Nasdaq and the S&P, quickly moved back into record territory in morning trade.
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Liz Dunn, Pro4ma CEO, discusses Nike seeing a sales boost from the Colin Kaepernick advertising campaign and what she sees for the sports brand going forward.
Simeon Siegel, senior retail analyst at Nomura Instinet, discusses Nike and Under Armour stock performance. Nike reportedly saw a spike in sales following it's "Just Do It" campaign, which featured controversial NFL free-agent Colin Kaepernick. Under A...